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My cat is sneezing a whole bunch. She isn't sneezing blood, mucus, or has any discharge from her nose, mouth, or eyes. S


Asked by Member 1156274 on Feb 20th 2013 in Health & Wellness
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Glissa

Has anything recently changed environment wise? I know when my cat was in Rescue still they had to check her for respiratory issues because she was sneezing extensively and had me keep an eye out for that for a week after I took her in. Define a whole bunch. It's fairly uncommon (from friend's cats and my own) to really sneeze anywhere close to not often so continued occurrence should be looked into.


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Twinkle

I'm allergic to dust. If my Mommy gets lazy about cleaning the apartment & dust & stuff like that piles up, I'll start sneezing my head off & I can't hardly breathe. I'll make these "air sounds" in my lungs & it sounds like I'm gasping for air. Perhaps simply giving the house a great floor to ceiling cleaning might solve the problem.


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Romeo

When we first brought our 2 little kittens home I noticed they were sneezing more than I would have expected. We had our ducts cleaned throughout the house but they still would have little sneeze attacks every now and again. We have mostly hardwood so we realized the way we stopped it was swiffering the floors more than once a week (try twice or 3x if you have hardwood) and getting under things like couches etc consistently and vacuuming any carpet more often, as soon as we started doing that I haven't actually seen them sneeze at all and no more exploratory dirty noses. Good luck!


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